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The most widely planted grape variety is Tempranillo (known as Tinto Fino in the Ribera and Tinto del País by local farmers) but, as was the custom in the days when the vines were planted, Garnacha vines have been planted fairly randomly throughout these vineyards. A third variety, the white Albillo, very rare, but permitted by the regulations of the DO Ribera del Duero, allows us to produce a delicate aromatic white wine.
As we work with three different grape varieties and the vines are spread over a fairly wide area, the harvest takes place in three stages. First the Albillo is picked and vinified, then it is the turn of the Tempranillo and finally the Garnacha is harvested; this latter grape adds a refreshing aromatic touch to our fine Spanish wines.